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Los Angeles Railway (1895 – 1945)

History of Streetcars in Los Angeles

The last streetcar run through East Los Angeles on 1st Street was on March 30, 1963 – almost 46 years ago.  The Los Angeles Railway’s “P” (for Pico) Line ran from the Pico/Rimpau transit center, across Pico Boulevard (pre-freeway, one…

Los Angeles Railway (1895-1945)

The Los Angeles Railway (LARy), was a system of streetcars in Los Angeles between 1895 and 1945. It operated on 3 foot, 6 inch (1,067 mm) narrow-gauge tracks and connected the city center to neighborhoods in about a six-mile radius…